Carol Burnett special appearance in films

Carol Burnett, a gifted comedian, musician, dancer, and writer has appeared in many television variety shows, however apart from variety shows her special appearance in several dramatic films also proves her passion for all types of roles and acts. As an actress Carol Burnett started her career around 1955 when she was appeared in a children's serial on television. Her first debut film "Who is been sleeping in my bed" was released in the year 1964 and since then she has appeared in a number of films and some of them are Post Grad (2009), The Last Guy on Earth (2006), Pete `n` Tillie (1972), Friendly Fire (1979), A Wedding (1978) and Horton Hears a Who (2008).

Some of Carol Burnett's special work includes "The General Motors 50th Anniversary Show telecasted by NBC in 1957, Carol and Company aired by CBS in the year 1963, Carol + 2, telecasted by CBS in the year 1967, A Last laugh at the 60s, aired by ABC in the year 1970, Keep US Beautiful, telecasted by NBC in the year 1972, A Special Evening With Carol Burnett, aired by CBS in the year 1978, Texaco Star Theatre: Opening Night telecasted by NBC in the year 1982 and Host, Burnett Discovers Domingo was aired by CBS Network in 1984.

Carol Burnett was born in the year 1933 in San Antonio, Texas to Joseph Thomas and Ina Louise. Her father Joseph Thomas also known as Jody, a movie theatre manager and her mother Ina Louise, a publicity writer were alcoholic and she was raised by her maternal grandmother Mabel Eudora White. Eudora took her to the boarding house in downtown of Hollywood where Carol passed her difficult childhood days and later she developed comedy out of it.

After her schooling, Carol Burnett joined University of California and did her theatre art and English studies. During her study at University of California, Carol Burnett participated in many stage shows and internal productions and developed her skills in comedy, acting, music and dance. She moved to New York and after initial struggling for work, she joined Broadway theatre and later got television variety shows and rest is the history.